Tyler Murree has enjoyed an extensive career in theatre, TV, film and animation. He received his training from Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario.

Tyler has appeared on stages, big and small, across Canada and the US. Highlights include appearing in the 2014 revival of Les Misérables on Broadway; Timon in the North American tour of Disney’s The Lion King; Ensemble in the World Premiere production of The Lord of the Rings: The Musical; and as Stan in the Canadian Premiere of Dirty Dancing: The Classic Story on Stage.

In the spring of 2019, he won a “Betty Mitchell Award” for Outstanding Actor in a Musical or Comedy for his portrayal of the D’Ysquith Family in the first all-Canadian production of A Gentlemen’s Guide to Love and Murder at Stage West Calgary.

On the silver screen, Tyler has played a variety of characters in several feature films; from low life drug dealer in Generation Wolf, to a jerk math teacher in Dance Together, to a man unable to accept and desperate to fight off his same sex impulses in Flowers of the Fields

On the small screen he was featured in Titans (DC & Netlfix), Kim’s Convenience, Murdoch Mysteries (CBC), Orphan Black, Copper (BBC America), and Star Falls, Make it Pop, Max & Shred, and Life With Boys and many more shows.

To see a list of Tyler’s full filmography click the imdb link on the home page. 

He is currently the voice of Scrapper the Racoon in NBC’s animated series, Powerbirds.  He recorded two seasons of Trucktown and has been a guest voices in various other shows.

Tyler is also a successful acting coach and teacher. He has served as dialogue/acting coach for several successful TV series, taught at the Randolph Theatre School, and coaches privately.